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Need to change nat type from moderate to open, and i cant access settings.

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  • bsltiger Jan 04, 2009

    im sorry, i thought i had said that. its linksys wireless-n wrt150n.

  • bsltiger Jan 05, 2009

    well, ive tried that. btw my ip is 70.164.55.249. it brings up a cannot display message in internet explorer and a connection interrupted in firefox. any other possibilities?

  • bsltiger Jan 05, 2009

    nevermind, but thanks for your help. i just reset the settings, and restarted from the beginning. i appreciate your help.

  • Jeff May 11, 2010

    What kind of router are you using? What is the model number?

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Okay, so you need to log on the router. Bring up your browser and in the address line, put in 192.168.1.1 and hit enter. That should take you to the logon page.
Leave the username field blank and then enter admin as the password, all lower case.Then click on the Wireless link and select Wireless Security. Under the Security mode, go into the dropdown list and select disabled.
That will have the Access Point as an Open connection.

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